Albino frogs are predators, and like many other amphibian species, they eat almost anything smaller than them. Frogs prefer to eat live food, such as flies and crickets. Albino frogs eat brine shrimp, meal worms and other commercial fish food sold in pet stores.
An albino frog eats spiders, grasshoppers and many other live insects. Albino frogs eat anything that moves, and they even eat smaller frogs. Frogs focus on movement, so ripples in the water attract them to inanimate food. Albino frogs stalk live prey using smell and touch. They use rocks and other objects as camouflage to wait for the unsuspecting live food.Learn More
In the wild, poison arrow frogs eats various insects it finds in the rainforest. These frogs need a variety of insects to provide their nutritional needs, as well as the raw materials that form the poisonous secretion on their skin. Commonly, these insects include termites, ants, centipedes and small beetles that the frog hunts using its sharp eyesight.Full Answer >
A frog's diet depends on its size, with smaller frogs dining on flies while larger frogs eat worms and grasshoppers. Very large frogs have been known to eat small snakes, mice, baby turtles and other frogs. Frogs do not like carrion, sometimes starving to death rather than scavenging.Full Answer >
Leopard frogs eat varied diets of ants, flies, worms, smaller frogs, and even small birds and snakes. They may also eat other frogs of their own species. Leopard frogs hunt by sitting very still and waiting for prey to appear before surprising the prey by suddenly pouncing and trapping it in their mouths. Leopard frogs are carnivores, which means that they eat only other animals.Full Answer >
Gray treefrogs eat insects, spiders, mites and snails, according to the University of Michigan. They look for their food on the ground and in vegetation. They live in forested areas near water.Full Answer >